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from nbc news, this is "today." with kathie lee gifford and hoda "today." with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >> hello, everybody, it's friday. september 21st. we're delighted you're here. >> this is sort of the end of a really fun week. >> it has been. sarah is probably passed out somewhere. >> yes, all week we have taken you to different campuses around the country to show you who has
the most spirit, and the idea is the finalists are syracuse, university of tennessee, university of south florida -- we saved the last two wonderful ones for the end, brandeis university. >> massachusetts. >> and creighton university in omaha, nebraska. these guys are rocking it. we just want to point out these schools are a bit smaller than the other, but they are mighty. >> look at them. >> their mascot, yes. we'll find all that out in a few minutes. >> i like watching the kids screaming, i'm enjoying it. >> brandeis is named after the u.s. supreme court justice louis brandeis. >> going insane. check it out, the total number of students here only 5,500 and 3 a. 500 undergrad.
so the mascot is the judge, why wouldn't it be? >> eleanor roosevelt and leonard bernstein both taught there. >> the creighton -- was founded in 1878 by a businessman named edward creighton. it has about 7,700 students. >> and its mascot is the blue jay. >> and they're division 1 in sports, and they're rocking it. we'll check in with them in awhile. >> now, what type of a person are you? are you the type of person that when you get a little road rage you sit? first of all, i hate my lips. i knew this was not going to work out. thank you, anthony. now i'm stuck with these lips for how long? 24 hours? there's a new product. it's not the product's fault. it's my fault. it didn't come in a light enough color for me. >> it's called makeup forever.
you put the special one on, and then the other one, and it lasts all day long. when you have a class of wine, cup of coffee or a glass of water, but i don't see what people see in that, then you take a sip. >> oh. >> yours looks good. how come mine doesn't? >> you didn't put it on ten minutes ahead of time. >> but i officially look 20 years older with lips this dark. women my age over 50 -- >> you pop, i like it. let's vote. >> no, we can't vote. >> okay, so what kind of a driver are you? this is a question for you. pretend you're at a red light and the light turns green. and you're sitting there, willing them to go, go. do you lean on the horn, do you double tap, or do you sit there forever and hope they go? anyway, there was some video
that caught our attention. two cyclists were on a quiet colorado country road, and there was a big suv behind them, and it would not go around on an empty road, instead he stood there and honked endlessly. they're riding on like a balance beam, and the car would not go around. >> i think that's just obnoxious. what do you want? >> they want them to stop so they can pass them or go to the side of the road. >> it's an empty country road. >> in beautiful colorado. >> go around. so what's the etiquette when it comes to -- >> we all know that's rude. >> apparently if you're at the stoplight and someone doesn't go through, you're supposed to wait four seconds. that's according to driversedguru.com. you count to four, and then you honk.
1,001, 1,002, 1,003, 1,004 and then you're supposed to -- >> i'm not sure how i feel about that. i don't like that, not the company's fault. they said what it does, and then it's true, it does what they say it's supposed to do, you better make sure you want that lip color. >> so i guess what kind of a driver are you? do you honk or what? >> i honk if i feel like there's danger. that's an awful horn. >> that's nasty. they need to see a gastroenterologist. you know, like yesterday we were driving into the city to do the show, and just driving along, and all of a sudden a semi truck took a right turn onto our lane -- >> right in front of you? >> and literally we had to -- well, literally i
think we were like two inches apart from them. when you see a big semi in front of you like that. >> well, you know what happened on our street in the house in new york, it's a one way but now it's a wider street so people don't know it and people are always coming up the other way, and i was leaving for work in the morning and the guy was coming up the other way and flashed our lights. >> honk to get the person's attention. just to be rude, some people are lost or just real -- when you're really trying to find an exit or something and you slow down, it's like we have to be a little bit kinder to one another. >> i think you're right. >> i think if you're looking for something, you should put your flashers on. all right, talking about spirit and who isn't, take a look at this good-natured pooch. he was spotted on the grand central parkway in new york. the dog seems to be enjoying being on the motorcycle, and he is wearing a helmet. i heard he got up to --
>> there is no helmet. >> that is a helmet -- >> looks like the dog has goggles on. >> i was thinking they're the word for us. why did you lie to us? >> i thought you said it was an extraordinary photo. >> a helmet and we were supposed to be very excited about the picture when it came up. >> well -- >> joann. >> yeah, that was her first. so we have a segment coming up on how do you break up with a friend. friendships often run their course, they either last a certain amount of time or there is a conflict or something. and we're going to talk about the right way to do it, if you have to do it. a lot of people let the friendships die on the vine. >> i don't do the facebook thing and unfriend somebody. it seems just incredibly cruel. there's no explanation, you're just gone. >> seinfeld had a good way of breaking up with a friend. do you remember this one? >> listen, joel, i don't think we should see each other anymore.
this friendship, it's not working. >> not working, what are you talking about? >> we're just not suited to be friends. >> how can you say that? >> look, you're a nice guy, it's just that we don't have anything in common. >> wait. what did i do? i want to know what i did. >> you didn't do anything, it's not you, it's me. >> i love those old episodes. >> oh. i'm trying to think if i've ever broken up with a friend. i don't know. >> have you? >> i don't think so. husband, but not friend. >> why don't we go to your friday funny. >> a joke -- i like to do them cold. haven't seen this. a sixth grade science teacher mrs. parks asked their class what body part increases ten times its size when stimulated. a student stood up and said you
should not be asking sixth graders questions like that and i will tell my parents who will tell the principal who will fire you. the teacher ignored her and stood up and asked the question again. little mary's mouth fell open and said to her around her, boy, is she going to get in big trouble. the teacher continued to ignore her and said to the class, anybody? finally billy stood up and said nervo nervously, the body part that increases eight times when stimulated is the eye. the teacher said, mary, you have a dirty mind, two, you didn't read your homework, and one day you will be very, very disappointed. [ laughter ] >> that was good. >> i liked that one. >> you had to wait for it, but it was worth the wait. it's time for our girl bobbie. how are you? you look adorable. may i say? >> you really do. >> getting in wedding mode? are you getting in wedding mode
yet? >> we're trying. it's hard to find a place. and it costs a billion dollars. these come with built-in support. so, up at the top, they claim to make you look slimmer and feel supported and these are really great. i love these rings, these are called remind rings. if you slip it on, it'll tell you to get a mani/pedi and more. we heard of yoga toes that help celebrate your toes, these are are pedestrian di coutures. they're going to help you keep your nails dry. and last but not least for anyone like myself that don't like to throw out beauty creams, this is a beauty spatula, and you can get every one.
i got it at the drugstore for 3 bucks. >> look at them on my fingers. >> you have egyptian fingers. >> try it on. >> that was the ring finger of yours? it's huge. >> coming up -- it's not me, it's you. >> it's on the middle finger, that's all i'm showing. >> i'm just saying -- fuzz it, fuzz it. she would like to apologize. >> let's see if it goes -- >> how to break up with a friend. it's over right after this. >> i'm going to break up with you. ♪ hard to do i wish i could keep it this way. [ male announcer ] even after a dental cleaning... plaque quickly starts to grow back. but new crest pro-health clinical plaque control toothpaste can help. it not only reduces plaque... it's also clinically proven... to help keep plaque from coming back. plus, it works in these other areas dentists check most. ♪ new crest pro-health clinical plaque control toothpaste. life opens up when you do. for extra plaque protection
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>> it's a weird thing that happens. sometimes it's an event, sometimes it's just the cycle of life. >> right. >> that's what's so interesting. we do a lot of friendship in "more." i mean, actually i could probably do the entire magazine on friendship, it's such an important thing. what is interesting, when you look into the studies, you know that studies show we break up with our friends every seven years. who knew? >> like right on the dot. >> seven-year itch. >> and what's so interesting is that there is a cycle to friendship much like there is for relationships. >> is it because of personal growth taking you in a different direction? >> i absolutely think so, we evolve as human beings, or we should. >> thank you. >> we should. the person you are at 20 isn't the person you're at 50. if you're going to evolve as a person, your friendship should evolve with you. >> some people you take along for the ride because they've been friends for a long time and have always said or been a certain way and maybe it's negative and then you have finally had it. >> right, i have had to be the
psychiatrist for a lot of friends and at a certain point they never go out of therapy and i have to let the patient go. >> let me ask a really sincere question. were they ever really your friend to begin with if they are going a different direction. >> i think so, people evolve and change, and you're not always going to remain the same person. you should not expect that other people will too. sometimes you grow together and then you grow apart. that's okay, you just put them into a different category. they're not your best -- >> and it's really like a relationship. that is the same thing you expect of a long-term relationship. i have a lot of really good long-term friends but we have grown together, but that's a handful. right? >> a lot have friendships like that and what happens is they sort of dies on the vine a little bit. it kind of fades away. is that a better way? a real one on one? >> those friends, maybe a girlfriend from college or from
your old neighborhood -- >> one i talk to once a year and you can pick up right where you left off. >> you don't have to reinvent the relationship, you just reminisce and it was great while it lasted and was fantastic. >> if you do want to part ways with a friend, is the right way to let it taper off, or do you sit down with the person one-on-one and say you want to have a discussion? >> it depends on how deep the friendship is. if it's a really long friendship, and somebody you really care about, and remember that there is collateral damage now that you're not 12. you've got family, you've got kids. you've got school, you have to handle it in a very sophisticated way. and what jerry seinfeld does, confronting him, it is actually very good. >> you have to be honest. it's not you, me. even if it is you and i need to tell you about yourself so we can get this resolved. maybe we can be friends but --
>> usually people want a piece of you, a part of you, time with you. if you can explain to them that your life changed so much, one friend said when i got married, why we could not see each other as much. i said, i'm married. it's not physically possible. >> i have a family. >> sometimes you're not sure if you should save it or not. is there some kind of barometer test or do you just know inside? >> i think you know inside. i think you know if that person has evolved along the line of something you're going to be interested in in the future and i think the really important thing is is to know that it's okay to let some of those things go. it's not a failure on your part. >> you have to know the toxicity level of that relationship as well. you would not spend a lot of time in a toxic waste dump -- >> what goes in comes out. >> exactly. and sometimes you need to get out of there really, really quickly and just say, i'm out. >> but we were saying don't just hit the delete buttoning on facebook.
that's cruel. >> that's cruel. >> and it takes awhile to figure out. >> thank you, we're going out to brandeis university in massachusetts and creighton university in nebraska for that college competition. we are there in creighton. right after this. with arthritis pain. and two pills. afternoon's overhaul starts with more pain. more pills. triple checking hydraulics. the evening brings more pain. so, back to more pills. almost done, when... hang on. stan's doctor recommended aleve. it can keep pain away all day with fewer pills than tylenol. this is rudy. who switched to aleve. and two pills for a day free of pain. ♪ and get the all day pain relief of aleve in liquid gels. so the production of twix was divided between two separate factories. left twix factory cascades caramel and chocolate onto cookie, while right twix factory flows caramel and chocolate onto cookie. today they share nothing, but a wrapper and a driveway. try both and pick a side.
♪ we narrowed down the list of six universities in our college spirit challenge. syracuse, university of tennessee, university of south florida, ohio state university, brandeis, and creighton university. >> hoda and i will be hosting our show from one of those schools based on your vote so you have to vote. you have to go and vote for the school right now. >> right now. we're going to check in with brandeis university in waltham, massachusetts and then creighton in nebraska. >> hey, kids, why should we come to your school?
>> we're so excited. "today" in the fourth hour. we love kathie lee and hoda. we have so much enthusiasm and spirit. >> we have sup a great sense of community and spirit. we love to rally, especially around a good cause and you and we really want you to come out here and become part of our community. >> you guys really turned it out i think. people up on the second tier, you know how to party and that's influencing us. >> judge looks like quite the party animal. >> yeah. wild and crazy judges. >> we can definitely show you a good time when you come here. >> you're showing us a lot of school spirit. >> thank you. >> thank you, kids. on to omaha and mike gillespie and lauren wong at creighton university. good morning. >> good morning. >> we like the big heads. >> i thought she meant the bird.
[ cheers ] >> why should we come to your school, guys? >> well, creighton university has got two things, it's mission driven and has a great community. you see it here today. we have a lot of spirit, and if you come to omaha, you will be part of the blue jay family. >> now, that's where warren buffett comes from, right? >> that's right. we've got a lot of great things here, and warren is one of them. >> we might be able to get him to come by and say hi. >> we're so excited to watch you, don't forget to vote. don't forget to vote. >> that's right, thanks you guys, thanks so much! now get to class, your parents are paying a lot of money for your education. >> thanks. all right, get ready to bundle up, we've got you covered with the latest in fall coat fashion. >> and the winner is your emmy party. >> really? >> yes, we are going to show you how to dazzle your guests while they watch the stars on sunday.
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back now with more on "today" on this friday. that's brandeis university in waltham, massachusetts and creighton university in nebraska showing they have the most school spirit. two of the finalists in our school challenge. >> they were rocking it. vote on the school you'd like to see for the live show october 1st. the other are syracuse, ohio state, university of tennessee and the university of south florida and we'll check in with them in a little bit. >> the weather may be warm for them now, but the temperatures will soon start to drop and it will be time to start bundling up in the fall coats. >> we'll take a look at coats for the chilly and rainy weather ahead. >> hey, jamie, all right time to
break them out. >> it's time, it's getting a little chilly, but you don't have to break out your winter coats just yet. it's a great time to experiment with the latest trends and every jacket you will see is under $100. >> you're a good smart shopper. let's bring out lacie first. the colored trench. >> this is a fun pop of color instead of the tan trench. this is only $69.99. >> and it's got a cute hood. >> and it's got the hood from burlington coat factory and the hood is removable. the trench on any woman accentuates her wait. it's very fitted and it doesn't overwhelm her shape, and that accessory is really on trend. a fun daytime casual look. >> she's darling. >> thanks, lacie. >> okay, let's move on to leather and bring out moon. >> moon is really petite, so she can do this cropped cool leather jacket and leather is really in
style for the season but it can be a fortune. you can't tell the difference. this is under $50 at h&m ch. and this is a perfect example of how to layer. and that emerald green is a hot trend so you can do it in a bag, scarf and ballet flat. >> thank you. thank you, hon, thank you. >> next up, we have ann, also known as your mother. >> yes. >> she looks adorable. >> i mean that, you are adora e adorable. >> she doesn't like when i say this, but this is an age appropriate look. >> what, what? >> but it's age appropriate. perfect for her, but still sort of like cool and fun. you got the tweed. it's all about the layering. it's from kohls and it's $68 and you can still wear a pop of color. orange is a great color. so you can still wear it but in that muted tweed black and white. >> i love that bag. >> i do too. >> it's also from kohl's. >> look how teeny ann is.
>> itty-bitty. >> thanks, mom. >> next we have the quilted look. come on out, genena. >> i love this. it's two of the biggest trends for fall. the deep wine burgundy color. and i love this is -- this is from qvc, liz claiborne so that's a great deal, $85 and that equestrian look that we're seeing. it looks sophisticated but chanel inspired. you can walk around all day and still be comfortable. >> it's very ralph lauren. >> great, thank you, hon. >> great accent for the season and pattern shirt pulls everything together. >> let's bring out tiffany. she's got a peacoat on. >> let's bring out tiffany. >> come on out here. >> i love this for a night out on the town. it's all black. keep it streamline but the peacoat is your quintessential coat. a great coat, keeps you warm. what i love about this, you can go to a flash sale sight, this is from ideally.com. this was just under $100, but retail price was $250.
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the 64th annual emmy awards are coming. but is that big viewing party you're throwing red carpet ready. >> here to give you your soiree a touch of flair it's elaine griffin. >> you always bring great stuff. bring it, babe. >> thank you. we're bringing the fashion to our emmy party. the emmys are a night where what you wear is just as important as who wins. >> let's start with invites.
>> for our invites, we have fashion inspired invites with little paper dolls. vintage and retro inspired. because you're never too old to play dress up. >> okay. cute. >> let's get to -- >> okay, exactly. these are show inspired drinks. this is a lemon drop martini with a "30 rockst stirrer. >> oh, that is so cute. >> love that. this is actually just crystallized sugar, you can get it at any store. >> lemony, nice. >> and for "boardwalk empire" fans, we have america's oldest cocktail, the highball with atlantic city. and if you're serving drinks, you need your own coaster. >> exactly. >> this is like a game. >> we don't want it to ruin your furniture. so we have conversation piece coasters. this is super fun and super inexpensive to do. so you can say -- each person
says something like i would like to thank my mother and for -- i love joan rivers. >> can we talk. >> can we talk, exactly. so we want everyone to participate with our emmy award fashion bingo. every time you see a detail, every time you see a detail, ankle strap, sequins, you get a gold star. >> oh, that's cute. >> yeah. >> on to our table. >> hello! >> hello. >> hollywood is about stars. and there are -- >> night. >> they're golden orbs. they're emmy golden orbs. let's keep with stars here. so it's a night of stars. you have a star garland. you can put this on your table, you can drape it around your front door. so everyone knows you are having a party. we have a red carpet runner.
put it on top of your existing tablecloth. hollywood tongs for beverly hills. >> sprayed them gold? >> exactly. >> and love this. this is our superstar name tags. >> where are you going to put that? >> you're going to wave them all night. >> interesting, okay. >> and then what? >> our snack, our nibbles are all inspired by, you know, the show -- the season's nominees. we have jon hamm and cheese. deviled eggs -- >> for what? >> "the garden of thrones." and mash potato browns. >> those are so cute. >> and then -- >> can i tell you something? >>do
>>downton abbey is so good. >> okay, so the goody bags. because as any tv star knows, it's all about the swag bag. >> they are legendary at this time of the year. what do you stick in there. >> it is glamour girl essentials. fun things you pick up that every girl needs and everyone goes home with their own swag bag. >> thank you, good to see you. >> coming up, madeline will weigh in on diet and health. and nutrition. ♪ good morning, everyone, i'm meteorologist crystal egger with your weather. first day of fall and for many it'll feel like fall around the great lakes and ohio valley. in the northeast, heads-up, we have more showers and thunderstorms forecast just like last weekend although not as widespread of a severe weather threat. a few were isolated. could be severe.
the main threat damaging wind and locally heavy rain and lightning out there and that includes up around the great lakes. southeast is quiet. still a few storms across florida. looking dry in the west, in fact, summerlike for the desert southwest on this first day of fall, 107 in phoenix. 55, however, in minneapolis, a few snowflakes possible early in the morning. not expecting any accumulation but the first flakes of the season around northern minnesota, northern wisconsin, look at chicago, 63 for the high. that means much of the day you're only going to be in the 50s. sunday, it's going to quiet down quite a bit. we won't have as much of the wind here. won't be as blugs terry of a day but still chilly around the great lakes. look at our temperatures, not budging all that much. we'll be at 61 in minneapolis and cooling off to 69 in new york city. a lot of beautiful september warmth across the rest of the country. and on monday, not a whole lot to talk about. northern new england will have a few showers, a few storms popping up over the rockies
there, western colorado, warming back up to 75 in chicago by tuesday and on wednesday, very much like september. september on average is a pretty quiet month and we don't have any big systems to track. a little bit of a cold front coming in that is going to keep us at 67 thursday. showers and storms from boston all the way back into the mountains of, say, west virginia. wake up with al on the weather channel at 6:00 a.m. chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance.
first up is nancy from pittsburgh. >> hi, ladies. i just wanted to ask, organic has been in the news recently, and are there still health benefits to eating organic? >> >> nutrientwise and vitamins, they're equivalent. the issue is pesticides, other things that are added that you may not want. the price point is very different. it is better to have fruits and vegetables that are nonorganic, safe to eat than not eat them at all. they're absolutely safe to eat for conventional, if you're choosing it for the nutrition, it's the same thing. >> it's interesting to see the whole business of organic. >> do you eat some that are organic? >> some stuff, things like strawberries and things that are porous. >> we have glenn from california. >> he is cute. >> he is very cute. >> thank you, ladies, my question is regarding food
allergies as we get older. are we more susceptible as we get older now or not? >> uh-huh. >> that is such a great question because we're susceptible to a lot of things that pop up as we get older. like lactostose intolerance. it's not an allergy to milk, it's an inability to digest it. >> how do you manage it? >> i use the lactaid milk. i take one every morning and never eat dairy again with that floor store. >> ever, it's over. >> it actually digests it ahead of time so these are things that pop up. >> we have other people, but let's go back to glen -- just kidding. >> hi, susie. >> hi, ladies. my question is i'm over 50, do i take my vitamins at one time, or spread them out.
>> there's a magical thing about vitamins. take one multivitamin unless you have medical issues, and take it one time a day that's a good time to take it and easy to remember. it's often good to take it with food because a lot of vitamins give people stomach upset. that's a reasonable thing to do. what do you -- >> >> recently my doctor told me she wanted me off fish oil and wanted me off all multi-vitamins. she said as long as you're eating a balanced diet, it's best to get your nutrients from food. >> i do a calcium. >> what about you? >> i don't take vitamins, i just try to eat fruit and veggies. >> you're very good eaters, and when you're great eaters, people take it twice a week for eninsures. >> we take the b stuff. >> quickly, let's go to rachel from alabama. >> let's do that. >> hi, kathie lee giffoand hoda.
we're trying to cut sugar out of our diets, is it safe to lose local calorie sweeteners? >> yes, they're safe. they're fine in moderation. end of story. >> for all of your questions about diet, nutrition and health, you can send them to our website. >> pink will perform a new single, first this is "nbc today." [ male announcer ] the inventors of twix had a falling out,
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